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from us toward new england. now the sky is already gray up -here and the winds are picking up as well. %-the hardest as the hurricanet people there are already boarding up theer houses and storefronts, but many will stick >> we're not leaving. >> why not? myylife, and we're used to itt i think we'll be ine. >> we're inland. would feel pretty confident in i -y residu residence. >> still, parts of the cape ave already lost power. where is earl right now and are we in the clear? >>>meteorrlogist emily grace is here with the latest on the track of the storm. %->> karenn we're in the clear d we're now watching what was hhrricane earr down graded to a tropical storm move out of our area, so movinn up towards new england, causing some impacts up รบ%ere, but we're in the clear hhre in maryland as it oes move furthee and further away from our area. someeheavy rain and strong winds off the oass of portions of new york and massachusetts now as tropical storm arl continues to move out of our area. we wiil see a chhnge in our weather going from the gray skies we haddtoday to plenty of -unnhin
be memorable, that's for sure. it has given us plenty of challenges, but nothing is stopping us. >> lasting memories for each other and their special day shared with hurricane earl. the eye of the storm stayed far off shore but close enough to bring driving wind and rain to the barrier islands. on new york's long island, powerful waves and rip currents created dangerous waves at area beaches. >> there is definitely a rip tide out there. >> now that earl has arrived in new england, the question is, how much damage will he leave behind. >> we know it certainly could have been much, much worse. where is earl now, john? >> earl is clearing new england and heading to the maritime provinces of canada. >> it has gotten over -- it was far enough off shore it was just a big squalor really for us. nearby in the mid-atlantic region, hatteras probably got the worst of it. it wasn't probably as bad as it could have been. in new england the storm has weakened. now, as as always happens behind a hurricane, you get excellent weather. here's the radar. h.d. doppler showing the eye of the storm. the radar is
from saying i-do. >> it is always memorable. it has given us many challenges, but nothing has stopped us. >> their special day shared with a hurricane. earl wreaked havoc all along the eastern seaboard beginning with the outer banks overnight. the eye of the storm stayed off short to bring driving wind and rain to the barrier islands. on new york's long island powerful rain and rip currents created dangerous conditions at area beaches. >> several rip tide out there, and we are starting to see a lot of beach erosion. >> now that earl has arrived in new england, the question is, how much damage will he leave behind. michelle franzen, nbc news, chatham, massachusetts. >> john collins is tracking the storm. >> they sl have some good weather, this holiday weekend. and beautiful weather here, too. especially for all the folks at ocean city. they put up with a lot of squalorly weather yesterday. -- squally weather, too. the rest of the weekend is stunning. here's the satellite combination. you can see the storm pulling away. it is a rather large eye of the storm, but it is a weaker storm tha
to one in cash on hand. >> marilyn's first attempt at early voting began today. officials tell us they want went well. george is here with more on this. what kind of turnout did we have? >> pretty good, officials say. they were not sure exactly what to expect because voters are not used to going to the polls 11 days before election day. tonight we have the first card numbers on how this early voting experiment did the first timeout. >> doug and glory are two of the more than 12,000 who took advantage of the inaugural attempt at early voting on friday. it is the kind of turnout state election officials had hoped for. the last update was set by p.m. prince george's, baltimore, and anne arundel counties were the top turnouts. >> if the numbers they the same as they were today, we will reach that 20%. >> these and around a county candidates did not expect early voting to keep -- anne arundel candidates. >> i think it shows that a good decision was made in giving the voters that opportunity. >> doesn't favor one party chances of winning over another? >> that is tough to say. this is ma
track pulling it further and further away from us. that is good news. it'll eventually get wrapped up into the northern territories of canada there and become just a big rain maker well north into the atlantic. as we check out the watches and warnings left not many. they are mainy tropical storm watches, it's worth recapping. just one last time a look at the size and scope and power of what was once a category four hurricane but as so often happens as it worked in to the northern cooler waters, juror around the virginia knock north carolina border. you may be thinking about what's behind earl right now? the answer not much. we have fiona but it's just a tropical low. when you get the powerful hurricanes coming through tends to churn up cooler water and make agriculture a hard time for storms behind the big storms to get strong. its cooler air on the march. that's what we will notice. breezy conditions. you can see the cool air on the march. 65 cincinnati. that's coming in through the day tomorrow. overnight, 65 partly chady. tomorrow through the day muchl key day. 78, and quite a bit
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